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Stephen Crane was an American author who has been lead to believe that he really first introduces the style of exposing the unfavorable conditions and war in America Stephen Crane has been known for using an amount of impressionism realism and symbolism in his stories Furthermore it is his impressionism and realism that seems to attract audiences For example according to L Marston The real source of these novels and any other important Crane work seems to simplify the ironists incredible awareness of human nature Cranes ability to paint these vivid pictures with his words in The Red Badge of Courage and Maggie A Girl of The Streets allowed him to entice his readers to connect their lives with his works The Red Badge of Courage seems to be one of his stories that includes the most realism With realism being a manner of treating subject matter that presents a careful description of everyday life usually of the lower and middle classes Crane uses a soldier named Henry Fleming to demonstrate how the average person would react to each situation in war According to HG Wells I suppose that it must have said hundreds of times that this book is a subjective study of the typical soldier in war In this story Crane paints the picture of war and with its detail it shows the realness of it all it doesnt have much sweetness and uplift in the story This is showing how war truly is that every soldier going in wont be the countrys next big hero The story also delves into the mental state of some soldiers out there Referring to VS Pritchett The Red of Badge Courage where the young man is seen in the camp listening to the rumors and torturing himself with questions He feels courageous but will courage stand Will he stay or will he run in panic These are overcasting questions Crane uses his ability to
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